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Old 01-13-2009, 09:54 AM   #11  
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I understand your dilemma and it will be interesting to see if you find a way to achieve that look. The one thing I think MGW is missing is the ability to bolt on a different handle, like a Hurst!! As that would be the ultimate solution for those of us who want the retro look, which is exactly why I went with the Pro5.0.... have a state of art shifter down below and an old school handle/**** up top!
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